Terra Null Recordings proudly presents its sixteenth release, “She” EP, from LA-based Jason Snell, aka Bombardier. Normally known for his work in the industrial-techno and ambient realms, here we see Bombardier really stretch his creative capabilities in breakbeats that are as beautiful as they are technically precise. Expanding outward across a wide-range of BPMs, the five tracks presented in the EP run the gamut between the heavy hitting sound-design contained in tracks like “She” and “Fallout”, and the emotional depth of tracks like “Hypnotic” and “Time Lost”. Rounding out the EP is a remix from Berlin resident Deadfader, who’s take on the title track “She” blasts forward with such force and unrelenting experimentalism that it begins to redefine what is possible in a “remix”. Despite this wide range of styles, the EP carries with itself a profound sense of cohesion and clarity, and we at Terra Null are immensely proud of the collection. We hope you enjoy TERNUL016, Bombardier’s “She” EP.
released March 20, 2017
All tracks written and produced by Jason Snell (USA)
"She (Deadfader Remix)" remixed by J. Cohen aka Deadfader (Berlin)
"Time Lost" vocals by Jessica Shane
"Hypnotic" vocals by Jessica Shane and Aleque Reid
Artwork by DEFCE
Published by Terra Null Recordings
Distributed by Triplevision
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